Surviving Steam Locomotives in Missouri, United States

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List of Steam Locomotives in Missouri, United States

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
1632Russian2-10-04'-8½"SLSF (Southern) Belton Grandview & Kansas City Railroad, Belton, MOcosmetic restorationBaldwin #48522, 1918
52-8-04'-8½"Okmulgee Northern Belton Grandview & Kansas City Railroad, Belton, MOdisplayAlco (Cooke) #65189, 1923 Named Tommy
1122-6-04'-8½"Bevier & Southern Post Office, Bevier, MOdisplayBaldwin #54016, 1920
74-4-0 Bonne Terre Mine, Bonne Terre, MOsunk Fake, mock locomotive.
430-4-0T24"Frisco (Peter Buescher & Sohn) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOout of serviceOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #12503, 1934 Temporarily operated as a 2-4-0T. Converted to burn No. 2 fuel oil. Taken out of service in 2021.
140-4-0T24"Frisco (Herman Sivers AG) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOoperationalOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #13169, 1938 From Germany, then Northfield & Cannon Valley Railroad, Northfield, MN. Converted to burn No. 2 fuel oil. Started operating at SDC in March 2019.
5040-4-0T600mmFrisco (Hans Vatter AG) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOoperationalCeskomoravska Kolben Danek #16167, 1941 From Czech Republic, then Northfield & Cannon Valley Railroad, Northfield, MN. Converted to a tender locomotive and to burn No. 2 fuel oil. Taken out of service in 2020. Returned to operation in March 2021. Only operating tender engine at SDC.
760-4-0T24"Frisco (Hans Vatter AG) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOoperationalCeskomoravska Kolben Danek #1880, 1940Temporarily operated as a 2-4-0T. Converted to burn No. 2 fuel oil. Taken out of service in early 2014. Returned to operation in November 2015.
HF20640-4-0T24"German Army Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOunknownHenschel & Sohn (Kassel) #15918, 1918 Named Feldbahn. I have confirmation that this locomotive was never at SDC.
72-4-0T24"Frisco (Peter Buescher & Sohn) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOdisplayOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #12480, 1934 On display as derelict locomotive
132-4-0T24"Frisco (Kies und Schotterwerke Nordmark) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOout of serviceOrenstein & Koppel (Berlin) #13168, 1938 Converted to burn No. 2 fuel oil. Taken out of service in 2018. Awaiting future overhaul. Will be converted back into an 0-4-0T.
76 (9)4-4-224"Frisco (Wayne Co. Board of Roads Commission) Silver Dollar City, Branson, MOdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1900, 01/1922 Acquired from Alexandria Bay, NY in 1961 as SDCs first locomotive. Retired from operation by 1980. Repainted and cosmetically restored in 2017 then placed on display near the Frisco Silver Dollar Line train depot.
9 (3)B-S2-4-042"Cannonball Express (Roden Coal) World's Largest Toy Museum Complex, Branson, MOdisplayH.K. Porter #5904, 08/1919 Owned by Jim D. Morris. From George Morrison, Maryville, TN; then Springfield, MO
20-4-0T4'-8½"MCMC Arena Park, Cape Girardeau, MOdisplayH.K. Porter #6571, 10/1923
10-4-0T4'-8½"Hawkeye Portland Cement Capaha Park, Cape Girardeau, MOdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #2108, 05/1930
64-4-036" Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, MOoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1970 named Tommy G. Robertson
1022-6-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOout of serviceTed Young, 1983Modeled after CS&CCD Railway 102; Awaiting new boiler.
1714-4-012"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperationalInternational Miniature Railway (Elgin, IL), 1907Reboilered 2018
1804-4-012"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperational1923From C.A. Wheeler, Hannibal, MO in 1944; Reboilered 2018.
3004-4-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOout of serviceV.A. Schmodt (Alton, IL), 1958Awaiting boiler repairs.
1501 (400)4-6-212"Frisco (WF&P) Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOrestorationJackson-Rigby (Shalford, Surrey England), 1925Operated by the CP's Treasure Island exhibit at the 1926 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Expo. Operated until 1935 at Crystal City Amusement Park, Tulsa, OK.
4014-6-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOrestorationJackson-Rigby (Shalford, Surrey England), 1925Operated by the CP's Treasure Island exhibit at the 1926 Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Expo.
4034-6-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOrestorationFrank Catanzariti, 1966-67May be a rebuild of a 1924 Willis E. Cowling, N&W, Bluefield, WV locomotive.
534 (434)4-6-412"WF&P (AT&SF) Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperationalK.E. Reynolds , 1955From Casa de Fruta, CA.
535 (350)4-6-412"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperationalAlbert J. Wagner & Son (Plainsfield, IL), 1950sBuilt as a semi-streamlined 4-4-4 Jubilee named Cardinal.
9284-8-212"WF&P Wabash, Frisco & Pacific Railroad, Glencoe, MOoperationalWF&P, 2006
52-4-24'-8½"CO&E St. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern Railway, Jackson, MOstalled restorationH.K. Porter #7995, 1946
334-4-036" Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, MOoperationalCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth) #27636, 1973Named Eli. Taken out of service in late 2018. Returned to operation in August 2021.
5524-4-036" Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, MOrestorationCrown Metal Products (Elizabeth), 1974From Kings Dominion, VA then Dry Gulch USA, Adair, OK. Propane. Being restored as Levi. Will run alongside Eli when its restoration to operation is complete.
254625352-8-04'-8½"AT&SF (KCM&O) Walt Disney Hometown Museum, Marceline, MOdisplayAlco (Pittsburg) #48642, 1911
52-6-24'-8½"Calcasieu Paper Ameristar Casino, North Kansas City, MOdisplayBaldwin #38219, 1912
150115004-8-24'-8½"SLSF Schuman Park, Rolla, MOdisplayBaldwin #56265, 1923
914-4-048"Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron Missouri State Fair Grounds, Sedalia, MOdisplayH.K. Porter, 1925Originally an 0-4-0T from Locust Summit, PA. Then converted to an 0-4-2 in Kinnelon, NJ? Converted to a 4-4-0 in 2014.
451645004-8-44'-8½"SLSF Missouri State Fair Grounds, Sedalia, MOdisplayBaldwin #69732, 1943
570-4-0T4'-8½"Solvay Process Works NE Missouri Old Threshers, Shelbina, MOoperationalAlco (Cooke) #64991, 1923 From Leo Smasal, Sedalia?
30-4-0T4'-8½"Long Bell Lumber About Faces Photography, Springfield, MOdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #1867, 05/1921 Once operated in Beaver, AR; From Branson, MO
452445004-8-44'-8½"SLSF Grant Beach Park, Springfield, MOdisplayBaldwin #69740, 1943
35 (66)A-24-4-04'-8½"CB&Q (Hannibal & St. Joseph) Patee House Museum, St. Joseph, MOdisplayBaldwin, 1892 Named Missouri. Backdated in 1933 at CB&Q's Aurora Shops
5614O-5A4-8-44'-8½"CB&Q Patee Park, St. Joseph, MOdisplayCB&Q (Aurora) #70584, 1937 Donated May 1962, oldest surviving CB&Q Northern
70-4-0F4'-8½"NCR Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredLima #1139, 1910
10-4-0ST4'-8½"Union Electric Co Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredBaldwin #57990, 1925Sans tank
20-4-0ST30"Laclede-Christy Clay Products Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayDavenport Locomotive Works #643, 04/1907
90-4-4T4'-8½"Lake St Elev RR Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayRhode Island Locomotive Works #2943Named Charles H
7240-6-04'-8½"GRR Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #15038, 1896
95 (3695)0-6-04'-8½"Scullin Steel (SLSF) Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredBaldwin #28567, 07/1906Scullin tender trucks
270 ton0-6-0F4'-8½"Union Electric Co Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredHeisler #56, 1940
1460-6-0ST4'-8½"TRRA Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredTRRAYoung valve gear. Frame and running gear only. Stuffed into a tunnel.
3180-8-04'-8½"TRRA Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayTRRA #318, 1926
120-8-04'-8½"A&S Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredAlco (Schenectady) #66952, 08/1926Three cylinder
1621Russian2-10-04'-8½"SLSF Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #48420, 1918
502E2-10-24'-8½"DM&N Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #43411, 1916
501150112-10-44'-8½"AT&SF Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #70817, 1944
2-2-2T4'-8½"Reading Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #10174, 05/1889Named Black Diamond
573 (754)F-42-6-04'-8½"Wabash Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayRhode Island Locomotive Works #3147, 1899
7642-8-04'-8½"IC Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Rogers) #6178, 1904
551USRAl2-8-24'-8½"C&IM Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayLima #7330, 1928
2727K-42-8-44'-8½"C&O Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #70876, 1944
2156Y6a2-8-8-24'-8½"N&W Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayN&W #317, 1942 Loaned to the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke, Virginia from May 2015 to June 2020.
394-4-04'-8½"B&A Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayB&A (Springfield, MS), 1876Named Marmora. Sans tender.
274 (1040)4-4-04'-8½"C&NW (W&StP) Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #3107, 1873
3114-4-04'-8½"M-K-T Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin (Burnham) #10640, 1890Only preserved M-K-T steam locomotive
174-4-04'-8½"Boston & Providence Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayB&P (Roxbury), 1863 Named Daniel Nason
9524-4-0C4'-8½"DL&W Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #30555, 1905
1015D4-4-24'-8½"C&NW Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOstoredAlco (Schenectady) #5613, 190080 inch drivers! To be cosmetically restored.
635 (2707)TN-614-6-04'-8½"StLIM&S (MP) Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #10070, 1889
173B-584-6-0C4'-8½"B&O Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOrestorationB&O (Mount Clare), 1873In the shop
5529K-1-d4-6-24'-8½"CNR Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayMontreal Locomotive Works #38914, 1905
170L-1a4-6-44'-8½"NYC&StL Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Brooks) #67211, 1927 Oldest surviving hudson
2933L-2d4-8-24'-8½"NYC Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #68126, 1929
152215004-8-24'-8½"SLSF Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayBaldwin #59134, 1926 Restored to operation in 1988. Operated in excursion service from 1988 to 2002. Retired from excursion service in September 2002 due to rising insurance costs.
4460GS-64-8-44'-8½"SP Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayLima #8013, 1941Last locomotive to operate and pull a passenger train for the SP.
4006488414-8-8-44'-8½"UP Museum of Transportation, St. Louis, MOdisplayAlco (Schenectady) #69577, 10/1941Displayed with Centennial 6944
8014-8-415"ATT&NW Arborway T.T. & Northwestern Railroad, Steelville, MOoperational privateMerrick Light Railway Equipment, 2006

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